Skip to main content

Coors forum to explore assault, corruption in college athletics

George Will and Martha Nussbaum will discuss “The Future of Division I College Athletics: Sexual Assault and Academic Corruption” Oct. 28, as part of the Coors Conversation Series.

Michener testifies to House committee about health care

Health is an exceptionally expensive resource in the United States, “though it should not be,” political scientist Jamila Michener told the House Rules Committee on Oct. 13.

Tracker promotes consistent learning for incarcerated students

The tool was developed by a programmer for the Cornell Prison Education Program and a new $600,000 grant from Ascendium Education Group will support the further development of both the tool and models to expand the project nationwide.

Electric sheep: Grazing in arrays supports economy, climate

A new USDA-funded project seeks to increase coordination and logistical services for farmers grazing sheep under solar arrays.

Older volunteers help NYC children grow, learn through play

Through a partnership with Cornell Cooperative Extension, New York City’s Department for the Aging will provide child development training to volunteers in its Foster Grandparent Program.

United Way campaign kicks off with music, prizes

The Cornell United Way campaign, a yearly campus drive that supports United Way of Tompkins County by raising funds for community members in need, began its annual campaign on Oct. 12.

Panel explores ‘cutting-edge’ Engaged College Initiative

One year into the Engaged College Initiative, leadership from involved colleges, staff from the David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement and community engagement experts discuss progress so far and future plans.

Around Cornell

Students recount life-changing CCE internships

Their projects served communities across New York, from improving soil at community farms in New York City to developing an anti-racism curriculum for Hudson Valley teens.

Students teach NYC teens about food systems, justice

A recent study brought together Cornell students and faculty and New York City teenagers to explore how nutrition education can improve nutrition and promote positive youth development in places with little or no access to healthy, affordable food.